But one player less likely to re-sign this season is wide receiver Amari Cooper, league sources told ESPN.
Cooper would like to be in Dallas, and the Cowboys would like him there. But of all the Cowboys entering the last year of their contracts and connected to a new deal, none has been more patient than Cooper -- and this strategy has worked out well so far.
The money paid to the league's top receivers has gone up, and Cooper has been intentionally patient, according to sources.
Cooper, 25, had an excellent start to his season against the Giants in Week 1, when he had six catches for 106 yards and a touchdown in Dallas' 35-17 victory.